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Nembe-Brass road: youth leader commends Gov. Diri

Brass—The president of Brass Federated Youth Council, Comrade Ayebatonbara Telimoye Stephen-Gow, has commended the Governor of Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri for approving the contract for the construction of phase one of the Nembe-Brass road.

Stephen-Gow who made this known in a statement sent to mangrovepen.ng, equally appreciated everyone who contributed to making the road project a reality.

The statement reads:

“On behalf of the good youths of Brass Local Government Area, I want to specially appreciate the government of Bayelsa and the person who God has given the mantle to pilot the helm of affairs of the state in the person of His Excellency, Senator Douye Diri, Executive Governor of Bayelsa State, who is matching words with action.

“It was like a joke to people when the governor made a declaration to kick-start the Nembe-Brass road in April. This is because so many promises have been made concerning the project.

“Just yesterday, the Bayelsa State Executive Council approved the contract for 21 kilometers phase one of Nembe-Brass road with 10 bridges, which is a welcome development.

“Some couple of months back, I made a media statement calling on the state government to kick-start the Nembe-Brass road and the benefits it will bring to the region and today our prayers have been answered.

“I want to appreciate everyone who is working tirelessly to ensure this project is a reality.

“We the youths of Brass Local Government Area are indeed happy for this and we pray the project that has started will come to a proper end.”

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